Beachcomber Le Victoria Hotel
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Our last full day and it started raining and never stopped. We went to Port Louis to meet up with Anjali and Gautam who were spending the day trying to get their paperwork arranged to get the tax rebate on a new car available to returning ex-pats and visit the market but the weather prevented us from venturing into the old Chinese quarter. We had some coconut water from a vendor Miranda has been going to for years.After you have drunk the water he cuts open the nut and you eat the ...
... of police were there to ensure no naughty parking so plan b had us continue to Mahebourg ,a few mins drive where we had lunch in a shady restaurant by the sea. Once Sacha was collected we stopped off to get some more lychees. We all swam in the pool and then the jacuzzi before some bubbly to say hello to one son and farewell to ...
... very high and then it becomes salt. They have about 20 laborers that carry one ton each every morning because then after that, it becomes too hot for them to work. Check out the photos below.
Then, we went to the Case Noyale (mountain? I didn't know what this place really is to be honest) where there was this very scenic spot that you can overlook the blue ocean. It was absolutely gorgeous. Then we went up the mountain to ...
... and I couldn't wait to see the back of it. It did, however, provide us with a modicum of entertainment when we were racing against the clock to return it in time. We rocked up back at the hire company with minutes to spare, thanks to an inspirational music playlist and some questionable driving manoeuvres through the city streets of Sydney that Steve McQueen would have been proud of. Like I said to Lynne, who was firmly strapped in, "I've always wanted to make my own car ...
... As I was turning to leave, the rain came down faster and harder. I skipped to the car, perfectly content to be soaked in my dress and barefoot. The taxi driver met me half way. He laughed when he saw me and remarked that I should have taken the umbrella. He didn’t seem to get that the burden of that tool just isn’t worth it to me. I much prefer to free and let the rain fall where it may.
As we drove along, the driver explained about Mauritian culture and ...